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SLU men overpower Princeton


PRINCETON, N.J. — Patrick Doherty scored a pair of goals and assisted on another, and Gavin Bayreuther totaled four assists as St. Lawrence University’s men’s hockey team rolled past Princeton, 7-1 on Friday night in an ECAC Hockey game at Hobey Baker Rink.

Justin Baker registered his second consecutive three-point night with a goal and two assists for the Saints (10-14-3, 4-8-3), who have won two of their past three games after managing only one point in their previous 10 games.

Matt Weninger made 24 saves to record the win for St. Lawrence, which allowed only eight shots on goal in each of the last two periods.

Woody Hudson, Gunnar Hughes and Brian Ward each tallied a goal and an assist for the ninth-place Saints, who generated their largest offensive output since an 8-5 win at Dartmouth on Nov. 9.

SUNY Canton 3, Assumption 2: A goal from Vance Bridgman with 26 seconds left in the game led the Kangaroos (4-14-2) past Assumption College in a nonconference game in Worcester, Mass.

Dave Schneider and Kristian Leach also scored for SUNY Canton.

Mike Heyde scored both goals for Assumption (3-16-2).


Princeton 2, SLU 1: Rose Alleva scored with 48 seconds left to lead the Tigers (12-9-3, 8-7-2) past St. Lawrence University in an ECAC Hockey contest at Appleton Arena.

Denna Laing scored in the first period for Princeton. Rylee Smith also scored in the opening period for the Saints (9-16-3, 8-6-3).

SUNY Potsdam 3, SUNY Buffalo 2: Jessica Silveira scored one goal and assisted on another as SUNY Potsdam (10-7-3, 6-4-3) defeated the Bengals in a SUNYAC game in Buffalo.

Amanda Peterson and Izzy Fayerman also scored for SUNY Potsdam. Kara Goodwin and Nikki Kirchberger scored for the Bengals (2-18, 2-11).


Clarkson 84, Rensselaer 66: John Coleman scored 24 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the Golden Knights (11-8, 5-5) past RPI in a Liberty League game in Potsdam.

Marques Charlton scored 23 points, Michael Hayduk 11 and Felix Abongo 10 for Clarkson.

Nick Keefe led RPI (7-13, 5-6) with 14 points.

Union 77, SLU 75 (OT): The Dutchmen (6-10, 3-5) outscored SLU 14-12 in overtime to pick up a Liberty League win in Canton.

William Hython led Union with 28 points and 11 rebounds. Kevin Weckworth scored 14 points and Deshon Burgess tossed in 12 for Union. Ryan Whelpley added 11.

Kyle Edwards led the Saints (6-12, 2-7) with 21 points. Kyle Kobis and Brady Condlin each scored 15 for SLU.

SUNY Geneseo 78, SUNY Potsdam 61: Connor Fedge paced the Blue Knights (15-3, 9-2) with 19 points in a win over SUNY Potsdam in a SUNYAC contest in Geneseo.

Andy Drescher scored 16 points and Gordon Lyons added 12 for SUNY Geneseo.

Rob Duquette led the Bears (3-16, 1-11) with 16 points with Tom Graf tallying 11.


SLU 69, Union 54: Cassie St. Hilaire scored 19 points as the Saints (12-6, 8-1) defeated Union in a Liberty League game in Canton.

Kara McDuffee scored 15 points with six assists and Kelly Legg added 13 points and 11 rebounds for SLU.

Kate Thompson led Union (11-6, 3-5) with 22 points.

Rensselaer 60, Clarkson 52: Ashley Clough scored 12 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Engineers (6-14, 4-7) past Clarkson in a Liberty League contest in Potsdam.

Courtney Reynolds and Zysnia Osepa each scored 13 points for RPI. Brooke Butkovsky led Clarkson (8-10, 3-7) with 12 points and 10 rebounds.

SUNY Geneseo 79, SUNY Potsdam 64: The Blue Knights (13-5, 7-4) used a 46-26 second half to defeat SUNY Potsdam in a SUNYAC game in Geneseo. The Bears (4-15, 2-10) had a 38-33 lead at the break.

Allison McKenna scored 20 points for SUNY Geneseo. Biz Reinhardt and Katie Durant each scored 14.

Jessica Kouzan led the Bears with a 23-point game. Bailey Weigel scored 14 points and Hannah Kmiecinski added 11.

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